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As much fun travelling via fiction is, sometimes all you need is to sit back and take the time to enjoy a drink, a piece of cake and chat with the people on the journey with you. Authors act as travel guides of a sort and so we love to chat to them to talk about their setting, characters and inspiration.

So sit back, relax and enjoy with a cuppa and a cake of course!

Travel to Hartwood Hall with Katie Lumsden

  • Submitted: 29th March 2023

Travel to Hartwood Hall with Katie Lumsden My debut novel, The Secrets of Hartwood Hall, is the story of a governess called Margaret Lennox, who returns…

The Madwoman of Blackwell’s Island NYC with Louisa Treger

  • Submitted: 29th March 2023

Visit the island of the asylum with Nellie Bly The Madwoman of Blackwell's Island NYC with Louisa Treger. If you have never heard of Blackwell…

Locations of Private Lessons set in Barnes by Bernard O’Keefe

  • Submitted: 26th March 2023

Locations of Private Lessons set in Barnes The second DI Garibaldi novel, Private Lessons,  is, like the first, set in Barnes, an area of South West London…

Travel to London’s Death Makes No Distinction, Lucienne Boyce

  • Submitted: 26th March 2023

A DAN FOSTER MYSTERY – A LONDON BOOK TRAIL The good things about books set in London, even in the present day or in the…

Catriona McPherson’s Edinburgh of Fear

  • Submitted: 22nd March 2023

Catriona McPherson's Edinburgh of Fear Today we head to Edinburgh, capital of Scotland but more importantly, setting of the new Catriona McPherson's new novel. BookTrail…

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The House of Whispers

1938: Sometimes the secrets of the past are more dangerous than the present…

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